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We’ve worked with the nation’s largest residential and commercial developers to evaluate environmental conditions, identify remediation needs, and install and manage active and passive remedies to address soil, groundwater, and indoor air quality. And when you need someone who can look out for your needs and goals throughout a project, we provide experienced and savvy project management and owner’s representation services.
Our work for domestic and international insurance carriers focuses on getting to the heart of the technical issues that underlie environmental property liability and remediation performance claims. We provide a wide spectrum of services—including environmental due diligence, contaminant source evaluations, environmental forensics, chemical transport and fate, engineering reviews, and litigation support—to zero in on the issues that matter most on a variety of claim types.
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Colorado’s Current & Future PFAS Regulation in a National Context: Logan Uselman to Present at CEMS Conference
Topics related to environmental management in Colorado will be discussed at this year’s Fall Conference of the Colorado Environmental Management Society (CEMS) to be held on September 14, 2021, in Westminster, Colorado. Integral Project Scientist Logan Uselman, Ph.D., will give a presentation coauthored with Managing Principal Avram Frankel, P.E., titled “Putting Colorado’s Current & Future PFAS Regulation in a National Context.” Consultant Melissa Armstrong will also attend.
Are you ready to dare greatly at work and in professional relationships? Join the Women in Environment (WIE) mentoring group for a free, virtual online event on August 30, 2021. Leadership Coaching and Skill Development with Mimi Darmstadter Presented by Women in...
Paul DeLeo, Ph.D., of Integral Consulting Inc. has coauthored a paper in the August 2021 issue of the journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology titled “Systemic Absorption of Benzalkonium Chloride after Maximal Use of a Consumer Antiseptic Wash Product.”